[ddots-l] Re: introducing sonar x3

  • From: Aidan <aidan.smarttalk@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 29 Sep 2013 16:21:06 +0200

I no that garageband is not ment for pro, and it stil need a lot of
improvement and access, but I strongly consider taking alook at that
for my midi needs. Mac is not everything, but at least the cluttered
scripts are less or gone for the most part. But for anything more pro
than garageband I amafraid that's a problem. I stil don't understand
the object navigation in NVDA at all yet. Call me dum? And I find its
not always snappy enough like jaws can be. But I don't even no how
much longer I am willing to keep paying for upgrading jaws wile most
new releases don't bring the best features really to the user. I will
get a mac and have alook, maybe somewhere in the future we could have
a combination of solutions, like using some software on IOS with pro
gear, and where needed other stuff on windows/mac? I'm not sure how
reaper cater for midi stuff as I don't no the program. Is it cheaper
than sonar?

On 29/09/2013, Jack Conti <jackconti@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> right looks like its gibson...
> At 03:19 PM 9/28/2013, you wrote:
>>Hey I didn't know about cakewalk's change in management/ownership? Thought
>>Roland was still holding that down? Anyways, I just wrote to another list
>>about that, they've provided  UI automation and other "microsoft
>>accessibility technologies for windows", so I think that's as far as
>> they'll
>>get. Much like they did with the CW access window that both current jaws
>>script solutions have used in combination with control surface DLL's since
>>sonar 2. I guess the rest of the work has to be done by screen reader
>>developers, or should I say scripters. The issue is that the entire
>>interface is now different, so as we all know that means rewriting much of
>>the scripts (if not all) from scratch. So yea, we are at a bridge, various
>>things to look at and consider. Sonar is now 3 versions behind for us in
>>terms of access.
>>
>>You are right about reaper, I've heard of good results people are having
>> on
>>it, even with top-end AMD machines (which many would tell you are no good
>>for daws, though I might disagree). With about 500 bucks, somebody can get
>> a
>>full DAW system running with reaper, and with amazing results.
>>
>>On the Sonar front, did they provide a specific list of those "minor
>>improvements"? I looked but couldn't find 1.
>>
>>Regards, D!J!X!
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: ddots-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ddots-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
>> On
>>Behalf Of Chris Smart
>>Sent: Saturday, September 28, 2013 3:02 PM
>>To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Subject: [ddots-l] Re: introducing sonar x3
>>
>>as much as I love CakeTalking and use it daily to do work, I think it's
>> time
>>we take a look at Reaper as a community, and what it would take to rewrite
>>ReAccess. If Cakewalk wil not play ball and haven't for some time, and are
>>now part of Gibson Corp, perhaps it's time to put our eggs collectively in
>>another basket.
>>
>>The cost savings not to mention less computing power required, are only
>> two
>>great things in favor of Reaper.
>>
>>At 11:55 AM 9/28/2013, you wrote:
>> ><http://www.cakewalk.com/Products/SONAR/whats-new.aspx>http://www.cakew
>> >alk.com/Products/SONAR/whats-new.aspx
>>
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